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     Passing on, notice that the Master’s raiment became white and glistening, while his countenance became changed before them. How are we to interpret this ? This change, taking place before their eyes, is one in which they are beginning to catch a clearer view than had ever dawned upon them. It is the person of their Master which they are still beholding, but in a new sense,—not in the old sense in which they formerly regarded him. Mary Baker Eddy   (CS Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1, April, 1892)


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